Albania De La Mare Bibliography Meaning

1*. Abae, Phocis, 1894.

Burial—

65 Æ.

Sicyon 27 dr.; Chalcis 8 dr.; Alexander III 4 dr.; Phocis 3 dr.; Arcadia 3 dr.; Elis 2 st.; Aegina 1 st., 1 dr.; Argos 1 dr.; Aetolian League 1 Æ; Philip III 1 dr.; Achaean League 1 dr.; Aenianes 1 dr.; Locri Op. 1 st., 2 dr.; Boeotia 7 dr., 1 Æ.

Disposition: Athens.

Jour. Hellen. Stud., XVI, 1896, p. 302. The classification above differs slightly from that of the J. H. S.—it is due to a careful re-examination kindly undertaken by Miss K. M. Edwards. Her list, with B. M. C. identifications, is on file in Amer. Num. Soc. Library.

2*. Abbasanta, Sardinia, ante 1900.

Burial—

300 Æ.

Carthaginian (overstruck).

Disposition:

Bornemann, V. Beitr. zur Kenntniss der Sardopunischen Münzen. Blätter f. Münzfreunde, 1900, pp. 117–121. Plate.

3*. Abdera, Thrace, c. 1850.

Burial—

13 + .

Abdera. (Br. Mus. Cat. 3, 6, 7, 8, 21, 23).

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 6; Berlin (pcs. in Coll. Prokesch-Osten).

Sotheby & Wilkinson Cat., July 12, 1852, pp. 1–2. (H. P. Borrell Coll.)

Cf. also Bompois Sale, 1882, Nos. 562 ff. and Dupré Sale, 1867, 176–8.

Rev. Num. 1860, p. 267; Num. Zeit. 1872, p. 185.

4*. Abu Hommos, Egypt.

Burial—

2800 .

Ptolemaic tetradr.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, pp. 128–9.

5*. Abu Hommos, Egypt, 1919.

Burial—311–310 (?) B. C.

1000 .

750 tetradr., Alexander III and Philip III; 250 early tetradr. of Ptolemy I.

Disposition: King of Egypt, 150; E. T. Newell, 250; remainder dispersed.

Newell, E. T. Egyptian coin hoards. Numismatist, 1924, p. 301; also, Tyrus Rediviva, 1923, p. 10.

6*. Abukir, Egypt, 1902.

Burial—

600 + aurei, 20 Ꜹ Med.

20 gold medallions, 600 aurei, 18 gold bars.

Disposition: Medallions: Berlin 5; J. P. Morgan 8; H. Walters 4; J. Schiff 3. Bars: British Mus. 2; J. P. Morgan 1.

Dressel, H. Fünf Goldmedaillons aus dem Funde von Abukir. 86 p. 4 plates. Berlin, 1906, (Bibliography).

Dattari, G. I Venti Med. d'Abukir, 1908, 45 p. Plates; Rassegna Num. I, 1904, pp. 15–18, 40–42, 73–75; V, 1908, 73–79; VI, 1909, pp. 85–94. Plates.

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129, p. 140; Rassegna Num., II, 1905, p. 33; III, 1906, pp. 76–80.

Hill, G. F. Proceedings Soc. Antiquar., March, 1904, p. 90.

Köster, A. Berl. Münzblätter, 1907, p. 493, 512.

Kubitschek, W. Monatsblatt Num. Gesellsch., 1907, p. 169.

Mowat, M. R. Bull. Soc. Nat. des Antiq. de France, 1902, p. 282.

Newell, E. T. Amer. Jour. Num., XLIV, p. 128, 2 plates.

Regling, K. Berl. Münzblätter, 1902, p. 137.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Intern. X, 1907, p. 369, 6 plates; Riv. Ital. Num., 1909, p. 515.

Weizinger, F. X. Blätter f. Münzfreunde, 1909, pp. 4299–4303; 4330. Plates.

Arvanitakis, G. Le trésor d'Aboukir. Cairo, 1903. 12 plates.

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1902, p. 46; Rev. Num., 1902, pp. 296, 389; Bull. de Num., 1906, p. 78; Monatsblatt d. Num. Gesellsch. Wien, 1903, p. 100.

7*. Abusir, Egypt.

Burial—

9 Ꜹ, 44 .

Philip II; Alexander III, tetradr. and staters. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Alexandria and Berlin.

Archäol. Anzeig., 1901, p. 59.

8. Abyssinia, 1920 (?).

Burial—

174 + .

Himyarite.

Disposition: Hill examined 133; Paris. acq. 41.

Hill, G. F. Br. Mus. Cat., Arabia, pp. lxiv, lxxii, Note 1.

(See also Aksum and Marib hoards.)

9*. Aciplatani (Prov. Catania), 1905.

Burial—

47 + .

Corinth and Colonies, 40 pegasi; Carthage and Panormus, 7 tetradr. Prof. Orsi saw a large part. A pot hoard.

Disposition:

Prof. Orsi's notes.

10*. Acqualunga, near Brescia, Italy, 1829.

Burial—

25 kg. .

Massalia dr. with lion on rev.

Morati, F. Period. di Num., III, 1871, p. 69.

Willers, H. Geschichte der Römisch. Kupferprägung. Leipzig, 1909, p. 47.

Borghesi, B. Oeuvres, II, p. 302.

11*. Acquaviva Delle Fonte, Italy, 1903.

Burial—

240 .

Campano-Tarentine didr. (sim. to Evans "Horsemen" Pl. VI, 13).

Disposition: Dispersed.

M. P. Vlasto's note.

12*. Adalia, Asia Minor, 1863.

Burial— .

Lycian League, Tlos, Myra.

Disposition:

Weckbecker, C. Aus Syrien. Wiener numis. Monatshefte, I, p. 99.

13. Adrianople, Turkey, ante 1789.

Burial—c. 149 B. C. .

Macedonia under Romans.

Disposition: Ainslie Coll. acq. part.

Sestini, D. Lettere, etc. delle collezione Ainslieana, I, 1789, p. 130, Note 1.

14. Adrianople, ante 1789.

Burial— .

Apollonia and Dyrrhachium.

Disposition: Ainslie Coll. acq. part.

Sestini, D. Lettere, etc., della collezione Ainslieana, I, 1789, p. 130, Note 1.

15. Adrianople, ante 1789.

Burial— .

Cardia (Sestini mistakenly gives Leontini).

Disposition: Ainslie Coll. acq. part.

Sestini, D. Lettere, etc., della collezione Ainslieana, I, 1789, pp. 130, Note 1, 131.

16*. Adrianople, 1855 (?).

Burial— .

Cherronesus triobols; Parium triobols. A few hundred of each found in vase.

Disposition: Prokesch-Osten acq. 32.

Prokesch-Osten, A. Inedita meiner Sammlung, 1859, p. 303.

17*. Adrianople.

Burial—c. 85 B. C.

75 .

Thasos 45; Maroneia 1; Prusias II, 1; Nicomedes II–IV, 13 (latest date, 210); Alexandria Troas 3; Abydus 1; Lysimachus 11 (Byzantium). All tetradr.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

18. Aecaterini (Near), Macedonia, 1928.

Burial—

600 .

Athens (new style), 600 tetradr. Latest of ΔHMEAΣ EPMOKΛHΣ.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Note by M. L. Kambanis.

19*. Aegina, 1888.

Burial—

19 Ꜹ, , Æ.

Alexander III, 3 Ꜹ st.; Philip III or Alexander III, 1 tetradr.; Demetrius Pol. 1 ; Athens 11 , 3 Æ (430–222 B. C.).

Disposition: Athens acq. 9.

Unpublished material, Athens.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923. Plate 32, Nos. 8–14.

20*. Afiun-Kara-Hissar (Asia Minor), 1919.

Burial—c. 317 B. C. (Newell).

510 + .

Alexander III, 467 dr.; Philip III, 43 dr. Also reported to have been found at Chesmi, near Smyrna.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 510.

Mr. Newell's notes.

20a. Ahar, Persia, 1923.

Burial—

600 ± .

Parthian of Orodes I.

Disposition: Princeton acquired 187.

Caley, E. R. Technical Studies in the Field of Fine Arts (Fogg Art Museum), III, 1935, No. 3, p. 127, illus.

Agrigentum, see Girgenti.

21*. Aidone (Serra Orlando), Sicily, 1899 (?).

Burial— .

Alexander III, some score tetradr.; Philip II (or III), 1 tetradr. Found under pavement of a house.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Orsi, P. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, p. 89.

22*. Aidone, Sicily, 1908.

Burial—After 215–12 B. C.

48 Æ.

Syracuse (215–212 B. C.) 1; Greek, indecipherable, 1; Unciae (sextantial) 46.

Disposition: Prof. Orsi acq. part.

Orsi, P. Boll. di Num., 1909, p. 127. Cf. Not. d. Scavi, 1909. pp. 66–67.

23. Aidonochori? (Macedonia), 1936 (?)

Burial—

100 ± .

Acanthus 1 tetradr. (Gaebler Pl. VII, 6), 4 triobols; Amphipolis 2 dr. (Facing head), 1 tetrob. (Rev. Torch in wreath); Chalcidic League 2 triobols; Perdiccas 2 triobols; Neapolis 10 dr. (incuse-square rev.), 30 (laureate head), 35 triobols; Eion 8 triobols.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

24*. Aintab, Syria, 1921.

Burial—c. 160 B. C.

200 ± .

Alexander III tetradr., majority countermarked with anchor or Helios head.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 96.

Mr. Newell's notes.

25*. Aisaros' Banks, Calabria, 1879 (?).

Burial—c. 300 (Newell)

41 + Ꜹ.

Alexander III 20–30 st.; Philip Aridaeus 3; Ptolemaic 11.

Disposition: Berlin acq. part.

Duhn, F. Von. Zeit. f. Num., VII, 1880, pp. 312–4; VIII, 1881, p. 6.

Friedlaender, J. Zeit. f. Num., VII, 1880, p. 227.

26. Aksum, Abyssinia, 1901.

Burial—

100 ± Æ.

Himyarite (Late imitation Athenian type).

Disposition: Rossini acq. 8 (illustr.).

Rossini, C. C. Monete sud-arabiche. (Rendiconti R. Accad. naz. dei Lincei, Classe di scienze morali, storiche e filologiche, XXX, Fasc. 9–10, 1921).

See also Marib and Abyssinia (8).

27*. Albania, 1890 (?).

Burial—

Æ.

Greek Imperial of Dacia, Moesia, Thrace, Asia Minor. Mints: Marcianopolis, Nicopolis ad Istrum, Viminacium, Odessus, Tomis, Hadrianopolis, Pautalia, Philippopolis, Serdica (?), Augusta Traiana (?), Trajanopolis, Sebastopolis Ponti, Heraclea Bith., Nicomedia, Nicaea Bith., Juliopolis.

Disposition: Agram, ex Mandl Coll.

Pick, B. Num. Zeit., XXIII, 1891, p. 29. Plate.

Pick, B. and Regling, K. Antike münzen Nordgriechenlands. Berlin, 1910, I, p. 75, note 3.

Brunsmid, J. Num. Zeit., XXXV, p. 205. Plate.

Alcazar-Kebeer, see 37.

28*. Aleppo, Syria, 1865 (?).

Burial—

.

Tyre, 1/16 stater; Sidon 1/24 stater, with small imitations of Athens. A pot hoard.

Disposition: Turin Museum.

Brandis, J. Das Münz-mass-und gewichtswesen in Vorderasien, 1886, p. 378, note 3.

29*. Aleppo, 1892.

Burial—(308–07 B. C.).

3000 .

Alexander III; Philip Aridaeus. Unpublished. (Also said to have come from Antioch.)

Disposition: Vienna acq. 270; Constantinople 855.

Voetter, O. (A manuscript account of find in Vienna Cabinet. Transcript of this MS. in Mr. Newell's Library.)

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva, N. Y., 1923, p. 10.

Newell, E. T. Dated Alexander coinage of Sidon and Ake. 1916. p. 58.

30*. Aleppo (K. ..., north of), 1896.

Burial—c. 150–137 B. C. (Regling).

150 + .

Alexander III; Lysimachus; Demetrius Poliorcetes; Antiochus I–III; Seleucus II–III; Antiochus Hierax; Antigonus Gonatas; Prusias I; Eumenes II; Attalus II; Antigonus of Asia; Side; Rhodes.

Disposition: J. Rouvier acq. 150 ("almost all").

Rouvier, J. Le monnayage Alexandrine d'Arados. Rev. Num., 1900, pp. 42–44, Note 2.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num. 1928, p. 94.

31. Aleppo, c. 1931.

Burial—

11 + .

Alexander III, 3 tetradr.; Side 4 (countermarked); Antiochus IV, 4.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 11.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

Alexandria Troas, see 172.

32*. Alexandria (near), Egypt, 1900 (?).

Burial—

206 + Æ.

Ptolemy I (?), Ptolemy X and Cleopatra Cocce; Imperial Greek—Aurelian to Constantius Chlorus (Apparently two hoards).

Disposition:

Schulman Sale, March 25, 1901, p. 59.

33*. Alexandria, Egypt, 1904 (?).

Burial—

900 .

Ptolemy XIII Auletes.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129, 140.

34*. Alexandria, Egypt, 1908.

Burial—

Ꜹ, , Æ.

Lampsacus staters 4; Ptolemy Soter 4; many unidentified bronze. More than one hoard?

Disposition: Eddé, Avierino, Jameson Coll.

Eddé, J. Rassegna Num., 1909, p. 55.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 28.

Coll. R. Jameson, Nos. 1435, 1437, 1438, 2217.

35. Alexandria, Egypt, 1916.

Burial—After 260 A. D.

1184 Æ.

Alexandria of Vespasian to Gallienus (70–260 A. D.) identified according to Dattari.

Disposition: Alexandria Museum.

Brecchia, E. Bull. de la Soc. archeol. d'Alexandre, N. S. IV, 1920, pp. 230–250.

36. Alexandropol, Erivan, Transcaucasia, 190–.

Burial—

.

Several tetradr. of Tigranes I (97–56 B. C.)

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 39, No. 26.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 283.

37*. Alkazar, Morocco, 1907.

Burial—17 B. C.

4000 .

Juba II; Cleopatra, Ptolemy.

Disposition: Paris acq. 81; Athens 45; Berlin and Algiers Mus. parts; remainder dispersed.

Dieudonné, A. Rev. Num., 1908, pp. 350–367; 1910, pp. 437–442. Plate.

Imhoof-Blumer, F. Zeit. f. Num., 1910, pp. 1–8. Plate.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1910, XXVIII, pp. 9–27, illus.

Gsell, M. Bull. Com. des Travaux Hist., 1908, p. clxxxviii.

Hill, G. F. Year's Work in Class. Studies, 1910.

Schulman Sale, Mar. 17, 1908, Nos. 2264–2313. Illus.

Rev. Num., 1908, p. 272.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., XV, 1913, pp. 43–46.

Merzbacher sales, Nov. 2, 1909, Nos. 3203–3223 and Nov. 15, 1910, Nos. 914–931.

38. Almali (Iabelkovo), Bulgaria, 1906.

Burial—

40 .

Philip II, 40 tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, No. 46. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 30, No. 55.

39. Al Mina, near Antioch, Syria, 1936.

Burial—

50 + .

Aradus (mostly), small denominations; Sidon 1/32 shekel. Found in a silver purse.

Disposition: British Museum (?).

Illus. Lond. News, Dec. 19, 1936, p. 1149.

40*. Amasia, Pontus, 1860.

Burial—185–170 B. C. (Newell).

300 + .

Alexander III, 250–300 tetradr.; Mithradates III; Pharnaces I, 1 dr., 4–5 tetradr.; Antiochus III and earlier Seleucids; Alabanda 3–4; Prusias I, 2–3.

Disposition: Paris (ex de Luynes and Waddington Coll.); Cf. Bompois Sale, 1882, Nos. 1304 and 1549.

Waddington, W. H. Rev. Num., 1863, pp. 217–223. Plate = Mélanges de Num., Ser. II, pp. 1–7. Plate.

Berl. Blätter, II, 1865, p. 261.

Regling, K. Zeit. für Num., 1928, p. 96.

41*. Amastris, Paphlagonia.

Burial—

116 Æ.

Amastris (30—Aegis, rev. Nike; 37—Dionysos head, rev. Thyrsos; 39—Zeus head, rev. Eagle); Sinope 8; Dia 2.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

42*. Amastris.

Burial—

296 + Æ.

Amisus; Amastris; Sinope (1 Athena head, rev. Gorgon; 197 w. Aegis rev. Nike; 98 Ares head, rev. Lion); Cabeira; Comana; Chabacte.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

43*. Amathus, Cyprus, 1901.

Burial—

Ꜹ, .

22 Ꜹ "skillings," segments of an ingot. Found in sub-Mycenaean tomb.

Evans, A. J. Minoan weights and currency. Corolla Num., 1906, p. 355 (quoted in Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Ency. VII, 978).

Smith, A. H. Brit. Mus. Excavations in Cyprus, pp. 102, 123.

44. Amphipolis (?), Macedonia, 1935.

Burial—

18 ± Æ.

Roman Imp. issues of Amphipolis (Marcus Aurelius to Sev. Alex.)

Disposition:

Information from Athenian correspondent.

Amphipolis, see 1175.

Amphissa, see 717.

45. Amu-Daria, Kabadian Dist., Turkestan, 1887.

Burial—

Greco-Bactrian of Diodotus, Euthydemus, and others.

Disposition:

ABAE, Phocis .

Burial—65 , Æ. Sicyon 26 dr.; Chalcis 8 ; Thebes 2 ; Alexander III 4 dr.; Phocis 3 ; Arcadia 2; Elis 2 didr.; Aegina 2 didr.; Argos 1; Aetolian League 1 Æ; Philip III 2; Achaean League 1; Aenus 1 ; Locri 3 (1 didr.); Boeotia 6.

Disposition: Athens.

Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1896, p. 302. The classification given above differs slightly from that of the J. H. S.—it is taken from M. Svoronos' record of the hoard.

ABBASANTA, Sardinia Burial—300 Æ. Carthaginian (overstruck).

Disposition:

Bornemann, V. Beitr. zur kenntniss der Sardo-punischen münzen. Blätter f. Münzfreunde, 1900, pp. 117-121. Plate.

ABDERA, 185-.

Burial—13+. Abdera.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. 6.

Sotheby &Wilkinson Cat. July 12, 1852, pp. 1-2. (H. P. Borrell Coll.)

Cf. also Bompois Sale, 1882, Nos. 562 ff.—also Dupré Sale, 1867, 176-8.

Abu Hommos, Egypt .

Burial—2800 .

Ptolemaic tetr.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll, di Num., 1905, p. 128-9.

Abu Hommos, Egypt, 1919.

Burial—311-310? B. C. 1000 . 750 tetr., Alexander III and Philip III; 250 early tetr. of Ptolemy I.

Disposition: King of Egypt, 150; E. T. Newell, 250; remainder dispersed.

Newell, E. T. Egyptian coin hoards. Numismatist, 1924, p. 301; also, Tyrus Rediviva, 1923, p. 10.

ABUKIR, Egypt , 1902

Burial—600+ aurei, 20 Ꜹ Med. 20 gold medallions, 600 aurei, 18 gold bars.

Disposition: Berlin, 5; J. P. Morgan, 8; H. Walters, 4; J. Schiff, 3.

Dressel, H. Fünf Goldmedaillons aus dem funde von Abukir. 86 p. 4 plates. Berlin, 1906.

Dattari, G. I Venti Med. d'Abukir, 1908, 45 p. Plates. Rassegna Num., v. 6, 1909, pp. 85-94. Plates.

Eddé, J. Boll, di Num., 1905, p. 129, p. 140. Bull, de Num. (Serrure), 1906, p. 78.

Hill, G. F. Proceedings Soc. Antiquar., March, 1904, p. 90.

Köster, A. Berl. Münzblätter, 1907, p. 493. Kubitschek, W. Monatsblatt Num. Gesellsch., 1907, p. 169.

Newell, E. T. Amer. Jour. Num., v. 44, p. 128. 2 plates.

Regling, K. Berl. Münzblätter, 1902, p. 137.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Intern., v. 10, 1907, p. 369-6 plates. Riv. Ital. Num., 1909, p. 515. Bull. Soc. Nat. des Antiq. de France, 1902, p. 282.

Weizinger, F. X. Blätter f. Münzfreunde, 1909, pp. 4299-4303; 4330. Plates.

Arvanitakis, G. Le trésor d'Aboukir. (in Greek). Cairo, 1903. 12 plates.

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1902, p. 46; Rev. Num., 1902, pp. 296, 389; Bull, de Num., 1906, p. 78; Rassegna Num., II, 1905, p. 33. Monatsblatt d. Num. Gesellsch. Wien, 1903, p. 100.

ABUSIR, Egypt .

Burial—9 Ꜹ, 44 . Philip II; Alexander III, tetr. and staters. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Alexandria and Berlin.

Archäol. Anzeig., 1901, p. 59.

ACIPLATANI (Prov. Catania), 1905.

Burial—47+ . Corinth and Colonies, 40 pegasi; Carthage and Panormus, 7 tetr. Orsi saw a large part of find. A pot hoard.

Disposition:

Prof. Orsi's notes.

ACQUALUNGA, Near Brescia , 1829.

Burial—25 kg. . Massalia dr. with lion on rev.

Morati, F. Period, di Num., v. 3, 1871, p. 69.

Willers, H. Geschichte der römisch. kupferpragung. Leipzig, 1909, p. 47.

Borghesi, B. Oeuvres, v. 2, p. 302.

ACQUAVIVA DELL' FONTE, 1903.

Burial—240 . Campano-Tarentine didr. (sim. to Evans "Horsemen" PI. VI, 13).

Disposition: Dispersed.

M. Vlasto's note.

ADALIA, Asia Minor , 1863.

Burial—. Lycian League, Tlos, Myra.

Disposition:

Weckbecker, C. Aus Syrien. Wiener numis. monatshefte, v. 1, p. 99.

ADRIANOPLE, 1855 ?

Burial—. Cherronesus, Chersonesus Thraciae, triobols, Parium, triobols. A few hundred of each found in vase.

Disposition: Prokesch-Osten acq. 32.

Prokesch-Osten, A. Inedita meiner sammlung, 1859, p. 303.

ADRIANOPLE.

Burial—75 . Thasos 45; Maroneia 1; Prusias I, 1; Nicomedes I, 13; Alexandria Troas 3; Abydos 1; Lysimachus 11 (Byzantium); all tetr.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

Aegina, 1888.

Burial—19 Ꜹ, , Æ. Alexander III 3 Ꜹ st.; Philip III or Alexander III 1 tetr.; Demetrius Pol. 1 ; Athens 11 , 3 Æ (430-222 B. C.).

Disposition: Athens acq. 9.

Unpub. Material, Athens.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923. Plate 32, Nos. 8-14.

AFIUN-KARA-HISSAR (Asia Min.).

Burial—510+ . Alexander III 467 dr.; Philip III 43 dr. Also reported to have been found near Chesmi, Asia Minor.

Disposition:

E. T. Newell acq. 510.

Mr. Newell's note.

AGRIGENTUM, seeGirgenti.

AIDONE (Serka Orlando), 1899?

Burial—. Alexander III, some score tetr.; Philip II 1 tetr. Found under pavement of a house.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Orsi, P. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, p. 89.

AIDONE, Sicily , 1908.

Burial—250-200 B. C. 48 Æ. Syracuse (215-212 B. C.) 1; Greek, in- decipherable, 1. Uncia (sextantial) 46.

Disposition: Prof. Orsi acq. part.

Orsi, P. Boll, di Num., 1909, p. 127. Cf. Not. d. Scavi, 1909, pp. 66-67.

AINTAB, Syria , 1920-1.

Burial—c. 160 B. C. 96 .

Alexander III 96 tetr., majority countermarked with anchor or Helios head.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 96. Mr. Newell's notes.

AISAROS' BANKS, Calabria , 1879?

Burial—71+ Ꜹ. Alexander III 20-30 st; Philip Aridaeus 3; Ptolemaic 42.

Disposition: Berlin acq. part.

Duhn, F. Von. Zeit. f. Num., v. 7, 1880, pp. 312-4: v. 8, 1881, p. 6.

Friedlaender, J. Zeit. f. Num., v. 7, 1880, p. 227.

ALBANIA, 1890, see Rumania , 1890? ALCAZAR-KEBEER, see Alkazar.

ALEPPO, 1865?

Burial—. Tyre, 1/16 stater; Sidon 1/24 stater, with small imitations of Athens. A pot hoard.

Disposition: Turin Museum.

Brandis, J. Das Münz—mass—und gewichtswesen in Vorderasien, 1886, p. 378, note 3.

ALEPPO, 1892.

Burial—(308-7 B. C.). 3000 . Alexander III; Philip Aridaeus. Unpublished. (Also said to have come from Antioch.)

Disposition: Vienna acq. 270; Constantinople 855.

Voetter, O. (A manuscript account of find in Vienna Cabinet. Transcript of this MS. in Mr. Newell's Library.)

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva. N. Y., 1923, p. 10.

Newell, E. T. Dated Alexander coinage of Sidon and Ake. 1916, p. 58.

ALEPPO (K........., North Of), 1896.

Burial—c. 150-137 B. C. 150+ . Alexander III; Lysimachus; Demetrius Poliorcetes; Antiochus I-III; Seleucus II-III; Antiochus Hierax; Antigonus Gonatas; Prusias I; Eumenes II; Attalus II; Antigonus of Asia; Side; Rhodes.

Disposition: J. Rouvier acq. 150 ("almost all").

Rouvier, J. Le monnayage Alexandrine d'Arados. Rev. Num., 1900, pp. 42-44, note 2.

ALEXANDRIA (Near), Egypt , 1900?

Burial—206+ Æ. Ptolemy I (?), Ptolemy X and Cleopatra Cocce; Imperial Greek—Aurelian to Constantius Chlorus (Apparently two hoards).

Disposition:

Schulman Sale, March 25, 1901, p. 59.

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt , 1904?

Burial—900 . Ptolemy XIII Auletes.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129, p. 140.

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt , 1908.

Burial—c. 240 B. C. 12+ Ꜹ, , Æ. Lampsacus staters 4; Ptolemy Soter 4; unidentified bronze.

Disposition: Except the Æ, acq. by J. Eddé.

Eddé, J. Rassegna Num., 1909, p. 55.

Baldwin, Agnes. Num. Zeit., 1915, v. 32, p. 7, note 1.

ALEXANDRIA TROAS, see Bunar-Baschi.

ALKAZAR, Morocco , 1907.

Burial—17 B. C. 4000 . Juba II; Cleopatra, Ptolemy.

Disposition: Paris acq. 81, Berlin and Algiers Mus. parts; remainder dispersed.

Dieudonné, A. Rev. Num., 1908, pp. 350-367; 1910, pp. 437-442. Plate.

Imhoof-Blumer, F. Zeit. f. Num., 1910, pp. 1-8. Plate.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1910, v. 28, pp. 9-27, illus.

Gsell, M. Bull. Com. des Travaux Hist., 1908, p. clxxxviii.

Hill, G. F. Year's Work in Class. Studies, 1910.

Schulman Sale, Mar. 17, 1908, Nos. 2264-2313. Illus.

Rev. Num., 1908, p. 272.

AMASIA, Pontus , 1860.

Burial—c. 157 B. C. 300+ . Alexander III 250-300 tetr.; Mithradates IV; Pharnaces I 5; Antiochus III; Seleucids; Antiocheia ad Meandrum 4; Prusias I.

Disposition: Paris (ex de Luynes and Waddington Coll.); Cf. Bompois Sale, 1882, Nos. 1304 and 1549.

Waddington, W. H. Rev. Num., 1863, pp. 217-223. Plate—Mélanges de Numismatique, Ser. II, p. 1-7. Plate.

Berl. Blätter, v. 2, 1865, p. 261.

AMASTRIS.

Burial—116 Æ. Amastris (30—Aegis, rev.Nike; 37—Dionysos head, rev. Thyrsos; 39—Zeus head, rev. Eagle); Sinope 8; Dia 2.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

AMASTRIS.

Burial—296+ Æ. Amisus, Amastris, Sinope (1 Athena head, rev. Gorgon; 197 w. Aegis rev.Nike; 98 Ares head, rev. Lion); Cabeira; Comana, Chabacte.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

AMATHUS, Cyprus , 1901.

Burial—Ꜹ, . 22 Ꜹ "skillings", ingots. Found in sub-Mycenaean tomb.

Evans, A. J. Minoan weights and currency. Corolla Nuxn., 1906, p. 355 (quoted in Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Ency. VII, 978).

Smith, A. H. Brit. Mus. Excavations in Cyprus, pp. 102, 123.

AMPHIPOLTS, seeYenikeui.

AMPHISSA, seeMyonia.

AMPURIAS, Spain , 1850.

Burial— . Similar to Auriol Find.

Disposition: J. Gaillard acq. find.

Babelon, E. Traité, v. 1, pt. 2, p. 1581.

Gaillard, J. Catal. des monnaies recueillies en Espagne. 1844, Nos. 15-27.

Muret, E. Catal. des monnaies gauloises de la Bibl. Nationale, Nos. 479-484.

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Estudio historica de la moneda ant. española. Madrid, 1878, vol. I, p. 29.

Rev. Num., 1923, pp. 1-7.

ANADOL, Rumania , 1895.

Burial—1000 Ꜹ. Philip II, 11; Philip III, 21; Alexander III, 694; Demetrius Poliorcetes 2; Seleucus I, 1; Lysimachus 250.

Disposition: Leningrad Nat. Hermitage Coll. acq. 979.

Pridik, E. Statères d'or trouvés à Anadol. Bull, de la Comm. Imp. Archéol., III, livr., pp. 58-92. 6 plates. St. Petersburg, 1902. Pt. VII, p. 58.

Newell, E. T. Am. Jour. Num., v. 52, 1918, p. 126.

Blanchet, A. Rev. Num., 1903, p. 65.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1895, p. 407; Numis. literaturblatt, XII, p. 1140.

Hess, A. Auct. Sale Oct. 15, 1903 (230 staters supposed to have come from this hoard). Plates.

See also Unknown Locality, Asia Minor, 1903.

ANDRITSAENA, Peloponnesus , 1923.

Burial—c. 315 B. C. . Philip II 10 tetr.; Alexander III 73 tetr.; 1 imitation of Alexander III; Boeotia staters; Aegina staters; Sicyon; Elis.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Newell, E. T. Alexander hoards: Andritsaena. New York City, 1923, 39 p. Plates.

ANGORA (?), Asia Minor .

Burial—after 300 B. C. . Seleucus I (many), Alexander III, Philip III.

Disposition: Part acq. by E. T. Newell. Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva. New York City, 1923, p. 11.

ANSOUIS (Distr. Apt), France , 1861.

Burial—4000 . Obols of Massalia.

Disposition: Marseilles 225. Rem. dispersed.

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies Gauloises, 1905, P. 598.

Laugier, J. Rev. de Marseilles, 1886/87, p. 450.

Rev. Num., 1861, p. 332.

Antioch, Syria .

Burial—. Acanthus, Mende, Getas of the Edoni; Ichnaians.

Disposition:

Svoronos, J. N. L'Hellénisme primitif de la Macédoine, 1919. P. 43. Plate.

Babelon, E. Mélanges, III. sér., p. 212 = Journ. Internat., 1898, p. 1.

Antioch, seealso Aleppo —1892.

APT, Vaucluse, 1889?

Burial—100 . Massalia. Urn treasure.

Disposition:

Blanchet, A. Traité, p. 597.

Rev. Archéol., 1889, II, pp. 422-423.

Rev. Beige, 1890, p. 535.

Aradus, seeNahr Ibrahim.

ARGIVE HERAEUM.

Burial—Iron. "Spits" and obols.

Disposition: Athens Coll.

Waldstein, Charles. The Argive Heraeum. v. 2, pp. 357-367Plates.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., v. 9, 1906, p. 196. Plate. Rev. Beige, 1909, p. 117. Plate. Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 975.

ARITZO, Sardinia , 1858.

Burial—400 Æ. Carthaginian, probably minted in Sardinia.

Disposition:

Spano, M. Bull. Sardo IV, 1858, p. 31. Bornemann, V. Blätter f. münzfr., 1900, p. 119. Plate.

Müller, L. Numismatique de l'ancienne Afrique, v. II, 1861, p. 108.

ARPAGOT, Asia Minor, 1918.

Burial—5 . Lysimachus, tetr.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

ASCOLI, NEAR PICENO, 1883.

Burial—87 . Neapolis 21; Tarentum 4; Cales 4; Found with 58 Romano-Campanian in clay vase. Accurate list.

Disposition: W. Helbig 25; rem. dispersed.

Helbig, W. Bull. dell'Inst., 1884, p. 140.

ASSIUT, Egypt , 1903.

Burial—Ꜹ. Philip II; Alexander III. Large hoard.

Disposition:

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1904, p. 110.

ASSIUT, Egypt .

Burial—. Ptolemaic. A large hoard.

Disposition: Melted down.

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1904, p. 110.

ASSUR (Kal'At-Shergat), 1907.

Burial—Amorphous . Found in a jar.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Berl. Münzbl., 1909, p. 238. See also Pauly-Wissowa Real Ency. VII, p. 975.

Anvrae. Mitteil. d. D. Orient. Gesell., No. 36, 1908, p. 22.

ATHENS, 1788?

Burial—26 . Archaic of wheel type; others with gorgon, owl, horse, triskeles; three with AOE.

Disposition: Paris.

Cousinéry, E. M. Voyage en Macedoine, 1832, v. 2, p. 123. Plate.

Beuié, E. Les monnaies d'Athènes, 1858, p. 15, illus.

Mommsen, T. Hist, tie la monnaie romaine, 1865, v. 1, p. 72, note 1.

Babelon, E. Traité, pt. II, Tome I, p. 695 ff., PI. XXXIII.

Kohler, U. Athenische Mitth., v. 9, 1884, p. 358.

Head, B. V. Hist. Num., 1911, p. 368. Seltman, C. T. Athens, its history and coinage. Cambr., 1924. p. 146.

ATHENS, 1876 (Dipylon Find).

Burial—c. 86 B. C. 58 . Athens 32 tetr., 22 dr. (New Style); Mithradates VI Eupator 4 tetr.

Disposition: Athens.

Weil, R. Archäol. Zeitung, 1876, v. 8, pp. 163-166.

Weil, R. Athen. Mitth., v. VI, p. 324. Kumanudes, S. In Atheneion, v. 3, p. 691.

ATHENS (Acropolis), 1886.

Burial—63 . Athens 37 tetr., 1 dr., 8 ob; 1 wheel dr., 14 wheel ob. and 2 hemi-ob.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., v. 1, 1898, pp. 367-378. Plate.

Svoronos, J. N. Les Monnaies d'Athenes. 1923. Plate 3.

Babelon, E. Jour. Internat., 1905, P. 44 = Traité, v. 1, Pt. II, p. 766. Plate.

Schneider, A. von. Monthly Rev., Feb. 1903, p. 131.

Weil, R. Zeit. f. Num., 1898, v. 21, Sitzungsberichte, p. 35.

Seltman, C. T. Athens; its hist, and coinage. Cambr., 1924, p. 147.

ATHENS, 1898.

Burial—Lead. Tokens found in Stoa of Attalus.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., v. 9, 1906, p. 288. Cf. also pp. 303 and 317.

ATHENS, c. 1900.

Burial—c. 87 B. C. 100 . Athens tetr. (186-87 B. C.).

Disposition:

Scholz, J. Monatsblat Num. Gesellschaft Wien, v. 5, 1902, pp. 357-9.

ATHENS, 1906.

Burial—84 Æ. Athens 83; Eleusis 1 (autonomous Æ).

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., v. 9, 1906, pp. 298-299.

ATHOS, MT., Canal Of Xerxes, 1839.

Burial—c. 480 B. C. 300 Ꜹ, 100 . Darics; early tetr. of Athens.

Disposition: British Mus., Paris, and H. P. Borrell acq. parts.

Babelon, E. Traité, v. 1, pt. 1, p. 21, pt. 2, p. 262. Plates. Jour. Internat., v. 8, 1905, p. 42.

Beulé, E. Monnaies d'Athènes, 1858, p. 43, illus.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., v. 6, 1844, p. 153, note. See also Sotheby Sale, Borrell Coll., July 12, 1852, pp. 47-48.

Hill, G. F. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1919, p. 121.

Hovvorth, H. H. Num. Chron., 1903, p. 29. Lenormant, F. Déscription des médailles de Baron Behr., 1857, p. 38.

Mommsen, T. Hist, de la monnaie romaine, v. 1, p. 9, note 2.

AURIOL, France , 1867.

Burial—c. 470-460 B. C. 2130 . Small uninscribed archaic.

Disposition: Marseilles, Paris, F. de Saulcy—remainder dispersed.

Babelon, E. Traité, v. 1, pt. 2, pp. 1575-1618. Plates. Bibliography, p. 1577. Rev. Num., 1888, p. 496; 1900, p. 242.

Blancard, L. Le Trésor d'Auriol. Marseille, 10 p.

Blancard, L. Iconographie des monnaies du Trésor d'Auriol., 1000.

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies gauloises, 1905, p. 227, p. 544. Bibliography, p. 545.

Chabouillet, A. Rev. Num., 1869, pp. 348-360; 1874, p. 164.

Hucher, E. Mélanges numismatiques, 1875, v. 2, pp. 12-44, illus.

La Tour, H. Atlas de monnaies gauloises. Paris, 1892. Plate 1.

Platt Sale, Luneau Coll., pt. 3, Feb. 8, 1923, p. 5. Plate.

Kolb, P. Rev. Num., 1923, pp. 1-7. Plate. Hoffman Sale, Bompois Coll., 1882, Nos. 2130-45.

AVOLA, Sicily , 1888.

Burial—360-320 B. C. 33 Ꜹ, 150 . Ꜹ: Darics 4: Abydos st. 1; Lampsacus 14, Syracuse 14; ; Terina 1; Syracuse 2; Anactorium 3; Himera tetr. ? Argos-Amphilochicum 4; Leucas 2; Corinth 40; not seen 97. Evans and Orsi consider the gold and silver to have constituted separate hoards.

Disposition: A. Löbbecke, Montagu Coll., Brit. Mus.

Löbbecke, A. Zeit. f. Num., 1890, v. 17, pp. 167-179. Plate.

Orsi, P. Atti dell'Ist. Ital. Num., v. 3, fasc. 1, p. 6.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1891, p. 297, note 22. Plate.

Hill, G. F. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1919, P. 123, note.

Baldwin, Agnes. Zeit. f. Num., v. 32, 1915, pp. 1-14. Plate. Also Amer. Jour. Num., v. 53, Pt. 111, p. 15.

Wroth, W. Num. Chron., 1892, p. 2.

AVOLA, Sicily , 1891.

Burial—c. 413 B. C. 2000 ? . Syracuse; Gela; Agrigentum; Leontini. Tetr. of 6th and 5th centuries.

Disposition: Syracuse acq. part. Tamponi, P. Not. d. Scavi, 1891, pp. 345-347.

Orsi, P. Atti dell'Ist. Ital. Num., v. 3, p. 6.

AVOLA (Mammanelli), 1914.

Burial—c. 413-405 B. C. 400+ Ꜹ. Syracuse 5th cent.; 100 hectolitra, 100 pentekontalitra; 100 darics.

Disposition: Syracuse and Baron Pennisi di Floristella; E. T. Newell acq. 6.

Orsi, P. Atti dell'1st. Ital. Num., v. 3, 1917. pp. 1-30. Plate.

Hill, G. F. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1919, P. 123.

Ciccio, G. de. Gli aurei siracusani di Cimone e di Eveneto, 27 p., Napoli, 1922. Boll, del Circolo Num. Napoletano, 1922, fasc. 1-2.

Naville, Sale IV, June 17, 1922, Nos. 347-359. Plate. Naville, VI, 1924 (Bement Coll.), Nos. 504-508. Plate.

AYTOSKA BANJA, Bulgaria , 1910.

Burial—

Autonomous: Moesia 42; Thrace 377; Asia 18; Macedon 49; unidentifiable 366; Regal: Thrace 229; Macedon 89. Found with Roman and Byzantine in basin of spring.

Disposition:

Filow, B. Archaol. Anzeig., 1911, pp. 350-356.

BABYLON, 1849.

Burial—. Alexander III decadr. found in ruins of temple.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. and Berlin. Large part melted at Bagdad.

Leake, V. M. Numismata Hellenica, 1856, p. 5.

Hultsch. Griechische und Römische metrologie, p. 245, note 1.

Friedländer, J. Zeit. f. Num., v. 8, 1881, p. 5, illus.

BABYLONIA, 189-.

Burial—109 . Alexander III 70 tetr., 1 didr., 1 dr.; Philip III 5 tetr.; Seleucus I 26 tetr., 4 dr.; Athenian imitation tetr., 1; Tyre (Owl) 1 didr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. from Prof. Haynes (from Nippur?).

E. T. Newell's note.

BABYLON, 190-.

Burial—. Alexander III, Lysimachus, Maroneia (or Thasos); Demetrius of Syria (?).

Disposition:

Koldewey, Robert. The Excavations at Babylon, 1914, p. 270. Cf. illus.

BACCHIAS, see Umm-El-Atl.

BABYLON (?), 1914?

Burial—50+ Æ. Seleuceia ad Tigrim 23; overstruck of Mithradates I or II 27.

Disposition: Col. F. M. Allotte de la Fuӱe.

Allotte de la Fuӱe, F. M. Rev. Num., 1919, p. 74.

Cf. also Newell, E. T. Mithradates of Parthia and Hyspaosines of Characene: A Numismatic Palimpsest. New York City, 1925. Six coins similar to those of Mithradates described above and possibly coming from the same hoard furnish data for identifying the under-type as that of Hyspaosines of Characene.

BAENDIR, Aiden, Asia Minor, 1909.

Burial—64 Æ. Greek Imperial (Pius to Salonina) Ephesus 15; Magnesia 2; Metropolis 2; Neapolis Maced.; Perinthus; Cyme; Temnos; Colophon; Smyrna; Aphrodisias; Neapolis Cariae; Tarsus; Saitta; Thyatira; Germa;—one each.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's MS. notes.

BALUCHISTAN, see Kuh-I-Taftan.

BANJA FERDTNANDOVO, Bul. 1909.

Burial—44

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